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Despite the reported agreement after a meeting with Titans managing director Michael Searle yesterday, Waldron says the Storm won't be giving the Titans any players as a compromise for Turner staying with the Storm. Turner agreed to join the Gold Coast earlier this year but had a change of heart and now wants to stay with Melbourne.
Waldron says the Storm don't owe the Titans any compensation for the backflip because he never signed a contract. But the Titans believe they still have a three-year agreement and gave the winger his first pay cheque this week, minus fines for missing training.